Police in Utah arrested a man who allegedly threatened an officer that he might have the Coronavirus before turning and coughing on the officer's face.

According to Deseret.com, the man—identified as 31-year-old Anderson Bill—was the subject of a traffic stop on Thursday evening.

During the traffic stop, the officer was conducting a search of the subject, and at one point the man reportedly said, "I might have the coronavirus" before intentionally coughing on the officer.

Bill was subsequently booked into the Salt Lake County Jail for making a threat of terrorism, possession of drug paraphernalia, intoxication, and a pedestrian infraction.

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